7'*<ii -5.,* »"i 8-Al$ena (Id.) Upper DM Molnes Thursday, Oct. IS, 1959 IV b Frank Ullmann, Titonka, Weds Elmore Girl Titonka *- Ariiss Goeke of £1- morp. daughter of Mr and Mrs Art Goeke and Frank Ullmann, son of Mr and Mrs Meindert tJHmann of Titonka, exchanged marriage vows in the Methodist church at Elmo re Sffpt. 12 at 7:30 with Rev. Aarori J Link officiating at the double ring ceremony. Organist was Mrs Les Emerson who accompanied the soloist, Mrs Eldon Goeke. Ronald Goeke and Willis Janes served as ushers and candlelighters Were Henry and Harriet Ullmann. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a gown of heirloom Chantilly lace with a scalloped neckline, trimmed with tiny rhinestpnes, the bodice tapering to a point at the wrist. The full skirt was fashioned with alternate tiers of lace and net in the back With the lace skirt in front. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a tiara effect crown studded with pearls and rhinestones. She wore a single .strand of pearls and earrings, a gift from the bridegroom. A yellow rose bouquet served as flowers. The maid of honor was Arleno Goeke. Mildred and Geraldine Ullmann served as bridesmaids. Flower girls were Verdelle and Marlene Janes. Floyd Ullmann served as best man, Roger Goeke and Eldon Goeke were grooms- men arid t)avid Goeke was ring- bearer* following the ceremony, a reception was held in the school gym for 250 guests. Mrs Laurence Goeke presided at the punch bowl, Mrs Elrnore Madetzke and Mrs Willis Janes cut and served the wedding cake, Mrs Louis Kaphengst end Mrs Katie Rode poured and gifts were in charge of Mary Swensen, Mrs Darrell Legried, Mrs Paul Ripley and Amanda Bruns. The bride is # graduate of La^ kota high school and attended Mankato Commercial College. Prior to her marriage she was employed at Buffalo Center. The bridegroom served two years in the armed forces and at present is farming west of Woden where the couple will make their home. Homecoming Queen Gayle Sleper, daughter of Mi and Mrs Everett Sleper was crowned Homecoming Queen at the half of the Homecoming game against Rake Friday evening. Princesses .Margaret McDonald and Mildred Ullmann served as her court. Princesses selected from other classes were Lorraine Stecker, junior; Harriet Ullmann, sophomore; and Vivian Pommer, freshman. The Titonka high school marching band also took part and a record dance was held at the Gym following the game. The Titonka. Federated Club received & first place rating on their 1959-60 club program at the district meeting at Pocahontas. Attending were Mrs'. Vernon Wengcr and Mrs Ed Brandt. Mr and Mrs Raymond Kruse are parents of a son, Gregory James, born at the Buffalo Center hospital Oct. .5, Wee/ At Lotts Creek ;• i» TYPING PAPER Full Ream - 500 Sheets WESTERN BOND-16 Lb! Upper Des Mqines Pub. Co. Mr and Mrs Keith Van Hove are shown after their wedding, Sept. 26 in Immanuel Lutheran church at Lotts Creek. The bride is the former Marlene Wichtendahl, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wilmer Wichtendahl of Lone Rock. The complete wedding story appears in section 3 of this week's UDM. (Glenn's Studio Photo — UDM Ehgraving). •Mr and Mrs Otto DeWall of California are visiting their daughter and husband, the Kenneth Krantz family. Fred Adamson received word from Albert Lea Wednesday that Mr and Mrs Adamson's daugh- 'ter Nancy and husband are parents of a ba'by son born oarlJer that morning. Holland Fox and family moved to the former Warner Beenken home Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Forrest Willis have purchased the Otto DeWall residence. .Install Officers Union 4-H Club The Union'Alethean 4-iH club met Oct. 10 at the home of Kertny Dodds with Sandra Pingel assisting. . There were eight mothers present .and one new member, Sharon Reilly. New officers were installed. They are Susan Nitchals, pres.; Madonna Erpelding, vice pres.; Judy Willrett, sec'y - treas.; Linda Dodds, historian. The club has two new leaders, Mrs Darrell Mosher and Mrs Robert Dodds. ' Committees were appointed for Recognition Day to be held at Good Hope in November. TAKE ; OFF John Nyhoff,, of near Hawarden, received ''a broken leg recently when his trouser leg was •caught in a power take-off. 1 , Bancroft Girls Named Officers Af Sioux City Bancroft — In a recent meeting for the Sodality at St. Joseph Mercy hospital, Sioux City., Donna Bergman S. N.. and senior was appointed Prefect, Jean Rahe, junior, Vice Prefect and Judy Kemet, freshman, treasurer. Miss Bergman is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman," Miss Rahe. is a daughter of Mr and Mrs George Rahe. Both girls are graduates of St. John's, Bancroft. Miss Kemet i£ -a daughter of Mr and Mrs Kemet of Ringsted and a sister of Mrs Floyd Yackel, living here,' She-is a graduate'' of Ringsted high school. .'•••••'' . Mrs Nejlie Lupin left from Perry Friday and will spend several months in San Francisco with her daughter, Mrs Irma Cisco and family. • ; . ,'Mr and Mrs Don Degen are the parents of a daughter, Jildy Ann: born Oct. 8 at St. Ar^rj hospital,. Algona. . . ,';.' JMt, arid-Mrs Edward Blotker are the parents of a son born Oct. 9 at St. Ann hospital,^ Algona. • ' Mr aftd Mrs CietuJ B#* to towa City fHdsy and-bi?6UgBt Mr Ben Dorr of St. Benedict to his howf6 after bettg a patleM of University hibspitfll folr three weeks. : " Portland Twp, By Mf*. Vfctbf Fitch The Portland Social dlub met Oct. 8 at the homfe of Mfs JBffie Teeter. Mf« Martift .Becker of Algona war a guest. In 1 election of officers, Mrs Mike.Afehd Was elected new president; Mrs Jesse Harms, vice- president 1 , Mrs S. R. Parsons, secretarytreasurer; Mrs Earl Miller and Mrs Ray Fitch, flower committe<s. A lunch was served by the hostess. Mr and Mrs John -Teeter of Bloomington, 111. spent the.week* end at the home of Jphn's mother, Mrs Effie Teeter, Algona. Mr and Mrs John Teeter and Mrs Effie Teeter called at the Wendell Christensen and 'Edmund Larsen homes Sunday. iMr and Mrs Tifacy Stone and Ricky were guests at the Herbert Nelson home Sunday. Mrs Nelson, Kevin and'Holly, Mrs Stone and Ricky called at the Donald Michaelsen home Sunday afternoon. Mrs Mary Michaelsen of Titonka and Mrs Esther Askin of Fresno, Cal. were also Sunday visitors at the Michaelsen home. Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy, Mrs Ray Fitch and Mrs Tony Jandl attended the V.F.W. sewing meeting Tuesday at the home of Mrs Hugh Williams. (Mrs Robert Wood, Mrs Earl Ackerman and Mrs Fred Habeger >vere'among the ladies to visit the Affiant jsoioniesdct 8. , • Mrs Robert Wood and Jean visited Mrs" Wood's grandmother, MfU'Marf Von fiSfik, AlgoW, Sunday, *. : *j * ' i',^ - *•• Mrs. tffiSktf fitcts, Koitenfe and Judy and Mrs Geotge Hix were Sunday Visitors at 'the hathe ttf Mfg P. W. MaiisStt, (Mr and Mrs fidmurtd Larsen and fieveHy, Mr and Mrs Weft- dell CnristeftSeft ftndjlfity and Mr and Mrs WJlbur, fchristefcsen and family of Weil Concord, Mittn, were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Clarence Christensen home. - j Mr and .Mrs Joe Ldebach and family 6f whiEtertiore Visited' at the C. L. Young hbme Sunday evening. . L The Portland jProgress Chib will hieet Ofct, 16 afr the home of Mrs George Pattefson. The Portland Pennies Girl's 4-H met Oct. 10 with Catherine TrunkhHL " Nine meiribefs and three new members, Nancy Becker 1 , Vickie Koestler and Anita Moore were present. They, elected a new music chairman, Vicki Koestler, as Janet Lampfe resigned. A new date was set for the meetings, the second Monday eveningi each month at 7 p.tn. Recognition night will be held Nov. 9 at the Legion hall ift Hurt. A box social Will be held and each family is to bring a large cake, besides the box, to serve for, lunch. ' "The best cUre fdr the pain of injustice done, you by others , is your ability to Sunday guests ihihe home of Mr and Mrs Carlos Engteby.at Swea City, The grwfp cefebfated "Che^ yl's 5th birthday. Mrs Ralph Ham- merstrotn aiSrjIrls Were Sunday aftewiooa callers. , MSrgaiet Fishnet-, whetjs te&eft* ing !n,M&s6ff City/was lidine' fdr the weekend in the parehtal, Delmar Fischer home., Mr and Mrs Hetffy Sehrtfedef attended the silver .wedding an» niversary ot Mr &hd Mrs Gebrie Ko&Siler Thursday eveniftg in the Lutheran church at Burt. The Fentoti Township Homemakers Club will, meet in the home of Mrs Paul Voigt Oct. 16. Mr ahd Mrs EdWih WicHtendahl and family visited in the Albert Meyer home Sunday. MfS Ito? tufts Mills. ware, visaed % we Satardiy ,«nfll itttSda in the L , 3, visited . nesdar iH the t£S Schmidt home.; ' ' '--'.- _______ j£*.*i. * iludge so O. "S. Thonlas, Rock. ps, a«- given a SO year Masonic pin recently. He'd been a member of the Iddge there for over 40 years. A. N. Kellogg invented the. "patent irtsides'-'- of ready print pages for newspapers during the Civil Wai*. ' ' -. .: ; LONE ROCK NEWS Mr and Mrs N. E. Heiter of Algona visited , Sunday in the home of W. C. Heiter in Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Emil Person 'were REMINGTON P'JMP ACTION SHOTGUN 12, 16/ 20 GAUGE MODtt 870AP ottioiu Natural pointing. Rugged/ .d»p«ndabf»« Amdzingly* tow prtet. B«for« you buy your n»w ihotgurt, IbSsiur* and s»* ! the!".Wing* waiter's" •xctuitv*, featured, : *T T V.J'fu< ' !i R«0. U. S. Pof. Off. by Remington Arm* Company, Int. 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